2 edition of Authigenic minerals in sedimentary rocks. found in the catalog.
Authigenic minerals in sedimentary rocks.
G. I. Teodorovich
|LC Classifications||QE389 .T413|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||120|
|LC Control Number||60013951|
Argillaceous silt-stone had a high content of terrigenous detrital minerals and the interstitial materials were mainly made up of clay minerals and some amount of authigenic quartz. This book deals with sedimentary sulfides which are the most abundant authigenic minerals in sediments.Special emphasis is given to the biogeochemistry that plays such a central role in the formation of sedimentary sulfides. It Pages:
Mineralogy, geochemistry and cathodoluminescence of authigenic quartz from different sedimentary rocks. Sand in Early Holocene lake sediments--a microscopic study from Lake Jaczno, northeastern Poland. Sedimentary rocks form at the Earth’s surface. Geologists divide sedimentary rocks into two major types, based on what they are made of and how they form. Clastic sedimentary rocks are composed of pieces of rock, minerals, or fossils that have been cemented together. Sandstone is an example. Chemical sedimentary rocks form by precipitation or the.
Authigenic clays and calcite cements are important in the development of reservoir tightness and the formation of hydrocarbon sweet spots. We investigated Jurassic low-permeability sandstone reservoirs in the central Junggar Basin, NW China, using petrography, mineralogy, porosity, and permeability assessment, and stable C and O isotope analysis to ascertain the influence of . This short coffee table picture book in English, German and French presents Elements, Minerals and Rocks with pictures and facts. The interesting, basic and informative facts are short, simply written, easy to understand, entertaining and thought provoking.
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The book by no means pretends to be a determinative atlas of the authigenic minerals in sedimentary rocks; its task is to draw the reader's attention to questions of origin and, at the same time, to equip him with systematic knowledge about the physical and, especially, the optical properties of these by: The book by no means pretends to be a determinative atlas of the authigenic minerals in sedimentary rocks; its task is to draw the reader's attention to questions of origin and, at the same time, to equip him with systematic knowledge about the physical and, especially, the optical properties of these minerals.
James G. Speight, in Subsea and Deepwater Oil and Gas Science and Technology, Authigenic Minerals. Authigenic minerals form by in situ inorganic precipitation on the seafloor and within the sediment column—barite is the only mineral so far reported to also form in the water column.
Some authigenic mineral reactions are bacterially mediated—the bacteria modify the. Incipient metamorphism -- B. Special features of diagenesis and the lower boundary of this zone -- III. Authigenic, principally syngenetic minerals in sedimentary rocks, their characteristics, conditions of formation, and classification -- 1.
Silica group -- 2. Carbonate group -- 3. Sedimentary silicate group -- 4. Oxide and Hydroxide Group -- 5. Authigenic minerals in sedimentary rocks. Authorized translation from the Russian. [G I Teodorovich] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Authigenic minerals in sedimentary rocks.
New York, Consultants Bureau, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. Substantial amounts of authigenic clay minerals can accumulate in terrestrial mudstones where the following conditions are met: surface or pore waters are alkaline, aqueous silica activity is high, at least some dissolved magnesium (Mg) is present, and detrital input is relatively low.
Buy Authigenic Minerals in Sedimentary Rocks by G. Teodorovich from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: John R. Castaño, Dennis M. Sparks, "Interpretation of Vitrinite Reflectance Measurements in Sedimentary Rocks and Determination of Burial History Using Vitrinite Reflectance and Authigenic Minerals", Carbonaceous Materials as Indicators of Metamorphism, Kussell R.
Dutcher, Peter A. Haequebard, James M. Schopf, Jack A. Simon. Author by: David Rickard Languange: en Publisher by: Newnes Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 87 Total Download: File Size: 51,8 Mb Description: This book deals with sedimentary sulfides which are the most abundant authigenic minerals in l emphasis is given to the biogeochemistry that plays such a central role in the formation of.
Significance of authigenic K-feldspars in Cambrian-Ordovician carbonate rocks of the Proto-Atlantic shelf in North America, J.
Sed. Petrology, 45. Introduction to Sedimentary Rocks 1. Photo by W. Little What is a Sedimentary Rock. A sedimentary rock is a rock that formed through the accumulation of particles derived from preexisting rocks, including dissolved ions that recombine by.
Simon & Schuster's Guide to Rocks and Minerals. $ BK2 Rocks and Minerals - Peterson First Guides by Frederick H. Pough - This book has many color pictures of common gems, ores and other rocks and minerals in a paperback size book (3 3/4"x 7"); pages plus the index.
Peterson First Guides - Rocks and Minerals. $ This book deals with sedimentary sulfides which are the most abundant authigenic minerals in sediments. Special emphasis is given to the biogeochemistry that plays such a central role in the formation of sedimentary sulfides.
Handbook of Rocks, Minerals and Gemstones by Walter Schumann. Diamondcorundumberylspineltopazzircontourmalinejadeitetanzaniteamazoniterhodonitelapis lazuliturquoisemalachiteamethystrose quartztiger's eyechalcedonyopalazuritedioptasecoral. The commingling of the various studies of authigenic minerals in this volume, including the most recent advances in knowledge concerning the occurrence and origins of phosphorites, glauconites, dolomites, siderites, manganese-iron associations, barites, ironstones, and other marine chemical sediments/sedimentary rocks of early authigenic.
Authigenic geologic materials are those “formed or generated in place”, including rock constituents and minerals that have not been transported or that crystallized locally at the spot where they are now found and of minerals that came into existence at the same time as, or subsequent to, the formation of the rock in which they constitute a part .Cited by: 7.
Sedimentary rock - Sedimentary rock - Classification systems: In general, geologists have attempted to classify sedimentary rocks on a natural basis, but some schemes have genetic implications (i.e.,knowledge of origin of a particular rock type is assumed), and many classifications reflect the philosophy, training, and experience of those who propound them.
This book deals with sedimentary sulfides which are the most abundant authigenic minerals in sediments. Special emphasis is given to the biogeochemistry that plays such a central role in the formation of sedimentary : Elsevier Science.
This book deals with sedimentary sulfides which are the most abundant authigenic minerals in sediments. Special emphasis is given to the biogeochemistry that plays such a central role in the formation of sedimentary sulfides.
It will be of interest to scientists in a number of disciplines, including geology, microbiology, chemistry and Author: David Rickard. To date, there are several issues regarding the metal sources [3,6,7], the conditions of mineral formation [8,14,17,18,19], and the subsequent evolution of minerals  in peat enrichment of peat is interpreted by one of the following processes or their combination: interaction with underlying rocks and diffusion from groundwater [4,6,7,10,13], precipitation of Cited by: 4.
Minerals found in sedimentary rocks can be divided into 2 classes: Allogenic minerals - These are formed elsewhere and transported into the area of deposition.
Authigenic minerals - These are minerals that are formed at the site of deposition, either by direct chemical precipitation or by later diagenetic processes.The difference in O 18 between the authigenic feldspars (O 18 RANGE = + to + %.) and carbonate host rocks, both limestones and dolostones, was found to be to %.Author: Gunter Faure.Petrography of Sedimentary Rocks in the Slick Rock District, San Miguel and Dolores Counties, Colorado By DANIEL R.
SHAWE GEOLOGIC INVESTIGATIONS IN THE SLICK ROCK DISTRICT SAN MIGUEL AND DOLORES COUNTIES, COLORADO GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPER B Prepared on behalf of the U.S. Atomic Energy CommissionCited by: 1.